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jesus it worked! it's now 2 degrees cooler! i might just look into using the other 3 i have for something else then!
post #12 of 19
are you sure the room tempreture wasnt just cooler at that time ?
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Originally Posted by riddler2k6
are you sure the room tempreture wasnt just cooler at that time ?
dont think so, gonna add an 80 mm case fan that way tonight!
post #14 of 19
Try using a Wire Tie instead of a Resistor this time to attach that 80mm fan....LMOL....I really do like the look though....
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Originally Posted by mtuccio
Try using a Wire Tie instead of a Resistor this time to attach that 80mm fan....LMOL....I really do like the look though....
well after losing the 92 mm case fan (crap - but it works!) i was gonna put in it, the school IT technician gave me an old crappy 80mm case fan, but i found the 92 mm one again, and put it in...

As the fan is so big it wouldn't fit, so i had to take the "shroud" off (purely cosmetic anyway, looks like it actually hampers airflow - pic 1

Pic 2 - The raw card (...minus shroud, looks a bit crap tbh!)

Pic 3 - It in the case

Pic 4 - how i did it (cable ties ftw!)



post #16 of 19
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Volt mod would void any warranty wouldn't it
Yes it does.
post #17 of 19
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right - when i do get a Zalman VF900 (in a while) ill do a vmod - i was looking here and wondered if an "ordinary" pencil does it, and what i need to do the ram mod
post #18 of 19
No, use conductive ink to trace the path for the core as graphite isn't even close to being conductive enough, but do use the pencil for memory vmod.
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post #19 of 19
Pencils are perfect for the job. Use a pencil first to see how youll like the volt mod tjhen use a cinductive paint pen if you like it
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